Health & Safety Protocols will be followed during our classes, including, but not limited to:
If a dance student is sick and experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 including, but not limited to, fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat and/or muscle aches, STAY HOME. Do not come to class.
If a dance student has a known exposure to a person who has tested positive for Covid-19,
or if a student has tested positive for Covid-19, please let Ms. Susannah know as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org
Generally speaking, if a child is approved to return to school, he or she is approved to return to dance class. Go Bananas Dancing follows the same Covid-19 Health & Safety rules as Arlington Public Schools which are listed at the following link:
Masks are optional for all participants in our dance classes.
Per the policy of Arlington Parks & Recreation, each student's parent or adult guardian MUST stay at the recreation center outside the classroom during the entire class. If a student has to use the restroom during class, his or her parent or adult guardian must walk with the student to the restroom (at centers like Long Bridge, the restrooms are located down the stairs in the locker rooms). During Go Bananas Dancing classes, our students must remain under adult supervision at all times while in the public recreation center.
During Let's Play Ballet and Dance & Prance classes for ages 2 - 3, one adult per child must attend and actively partipate in the class (one adult may attend with 2 registered siblings). Additional family members should not be in the classroom.
If there is inclement weather, please call:
Arlington County weather hotline, 703-228-4715
Our classes are "Enjoy Arlington" classes, so if they are cancelled, our classes are cancelled.
If your student is enrolled in an OUTDOOR class, the class cancellation will be announced via email from Ms. Susannah (not on the weather hotline).
KIDS, WE LOVE DANCING WITH YOU!!!
The policies listed above have been updated on April 15, 2023, and they are subject to change based on CDC Guidelines and recreation department protocols.